By this moment, you might have heard a lot about those tiny, spinning toys that you can hold between your fingers and spin. Some people love them, others hate them.   Fidget Spinners are the latest craze in 2017, and it is debatable whether it actually benefits people living with autism or ADHD…
Vancouver Island is a lovely place for anyone who loves to explore nature or who just likes to go out and enjoy the beautiful views. In Victoria there are stellar trails that are accessible for everyone.   1. Esquimalt Lagoon: A calm and stable trail that gives a beautiful view of the Juan de Fuca…
  Credit is a complex thing, and many people end up using their credit rating unwisely and then getting too much debt as a result. If your credit history isn’t good, then you will have setbacks and limits when you decide to pursue other credit accounts (such as cars, houses, mortgages.) If so, here’s how…
Four levels of relief with pros and cons of each Debt is never a good thing to have, and it can affect how we live. According to a report from 2015, the average Canadian owes $22,081 in consumer debt ($32,594 for Canadians 46 to 55 years old) and it is growing more with each year.…